The Blue Water Bridge border crossing charges tolls going from both the U.S. to Canada and Canada to the U.S. The bridge connects Port Huron Michigan with Sarnia (Point Edward) Ontario. U.S. Interstate 69 and 94 connects with Canadian ON 402.
The Blue Water Bridge crossing is a large complex consisting of toll and inspection plazas on each side of the border. There are two spans, the original Blue Water Bridge which is a three-lane westbound bridge. The second Blue Water Bridge carries three lanes of eastbound traffic. Tolls are collected at both ends of the bridge and are managed by different entities.
Blue Water Bridge Tolls Entering Canada
Canadian or U.S. Funds
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 2021
Note: For toll rates when crossing from the U.S. to Canada, please see the Web site of the Michigan Department of Transportation, which operates the U.S. side of the bridge.
No Mixed Currency – Thank You
For oversized loads
No escort fee when providing own escort.
An escort is required for any load of or exceeding 3.84 metres (12′ 6″) in width.
An escort is required for any load of or exceeding 30.8 metres (101 feet) in length.
Traffic and Toll Data
The Blue Water Bridge has an average of 14,000 vehicle crossings per day. On a busy day, one could expect traffic to be in excess of 20,000 vehicles of which at least 6,000 of those crossings are trucks.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, DIAL (519) 336-2720 AND THEN 1 TO REACH THE OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT
The Canadian Tolls cannot be paid for in cash. You may use credit cards or you can set up a commercial account which provides a discount over normal rates.
Blue Water Bridge Tolls Entering the U.S.
|Each Extra Axle||$3.00||$4.00|
|Trucks & Buses||$3.25 Per Axle||$4.25 Per Axle|
You cannot mix U.S. and Canadian currency to pay the toll. Credit and debit cards are now accepted for toll transactions. Cards accepted are VISA, Master Card, and Discover. American Express is not accepted at this time. The toll is based on U.S. currency and Canadian credit cards may be subject to a Foreign Transaction fee or other fees determined by the credit card company.
U.S. tolls are subject to a “currency parity policy” which means that the Canadian currency rate for eastbound traffic will be reviewed and adjusted either up or down on April 1 and Oct. 1 of each year.
U.S. Bridge Operations and Toll Information for the Blue Water Bridge
The Michigan Department of Transportation owns the West side of the Bridge and the eastbound toll booths for entering Canada. You can contact the Michigan Department of Transportation at (810) 984-3131.
Canadian Customs and Toll Information for the Blue Water Bridge
The Canadian portion of the Blue Water Bridge and westbound toll booths are owned and operated by Blue Water Bridge Canada. You can email them at [email protected] or call them toll free at (866)-422-6346 or direct at (519) 336-2720. Their Operations Department is available 24 hours per day and can be reached at (519) 336-2720 ext 1.
Address: Blue Water Bridge Canada, 1555 Venetian Blvd, Point Edward, Ontario, Canada N7T 0A9.
For Canadian customs, Immigration, Duties, Importing/Exporting and other CBSA related questions please use the following contact information:
Email: [email protected]
Local: 519 336 0980
Toll Free: 1 888-242-2100